First Alert Weather:Brief rain shower possible today and tonight

Below normal temperatures through the end of the work week.
First Alert Weather
Published: Jul. 27, 2022 at 6:55 AM CDT|Updated: Jul. 27, 2022 at 5:49 PM CDT
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WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) - Turning cooler as a double whammy of cold fronts move through the Badger State. Quiet and mainly dry weather in store for the next several days. Rain showers and an isolated t-storm will be possible Wednesday afternoon into the evening. These showers and storms will not be strong or severe, and many locations will remain dry. A second cold front will move into the Badger State Thursday morning. This will trigger a few rain showers after midnight mainly for areas along and south of HWY 10. Any wet weather that develops will clear out in time for the morning commute Thursday morning. Back to back cold fronts will set much of the region up for well below-normal temperatures. Highs in the Northwoods in the upper 60s, and near 70. Areas off to the south, warming only to the low 70s. Breezy northwest wind remain, gusting around 20-25 mph. Skies will be mostly sunny with a chance for an afternoon sprinkle.

Rain showers expected to develop south of HWY 29 after midnight Thrusday
Rain showers expected to develop south of HWY 29 after midnight Thrusday(WSAW)

Mostly sunny Friday with highs a few degrees warmer in the mid-70s. Turning even warmer over the weekend with forecast highs returning to the mid-80s. Sunshine is expected for much of the weekend before rain and thunderstorms try to move in for late Sunday into Monday. The extended forecast hints towards hot and muggy weather returning for much of the upcoming work week.

Closing out the work week with temperatures in the 70s
Closing out the work week with temperatures in the 70s(WSAW)

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